A new Heritage Street lighting system was installed along the Riverbank in Kilkenny. This is one of the most attractive urban areas in Ireland, with Kilkenny Castle providing an impressive backdrop.
The original lighting of functional street lights was replaced with these new Heritage Street lighting Lanterns, with heritage lighting columns to match. Lighting levels were significantly improved and the appearance of the new lighting enhances the centre of this tourist orientated heritage town. The scheme was recently been expanded to the far side of the river and also to other Streets in Kilkenny.
With 8m decorative street light Poles, Avon 75 brackets, and decorative Pendant heritage Luminaires with a copper and black finish, the scheme has received much favourable comment. External Copper Lights have the advantage that they do not corrode or rust. They will turn green/grey after a period. The Project was specified by the Local Authority and installed by SSE contractors.
These heritage Lanterns were recently installed along Kieran Street using wall brackets and LED optics.
This is the main pedestrian street in Kilkenny centre.
The Heritage lighting columns are similar to standard Tubular lighting columns, except sometimes are provided with larger (wider) diameter, to provide more substantial appearance. The lighting Column is usually in Black finish and several decorative aluminium castings are added afterwards for architectural effect.
The same heritage lantern was supplied to Kingsbridge Hospital Sligo but with LED optics and in post-top version. This LED Heritage lighting system replaced a non-LED Heritage lighting system which was costly to maintain and not as efficient.
To get a detailed Proposal for your Heritage Street lighting project:
Please send details or Autocad drawing by email. There is no charge or obligation for suitable Projects.
We will calculate the number of light fittings required and advise where they should be located and the cost of the Equipment. Other lighting may need to be added for landscaped areas or to add decorative architectural effect.